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Question of the week.  What did one of the heavy-weight versions of the Boeing 777 twin jet have an extra large version of, to give a bit more thrust for take-off?

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PAMA Selects Potomac Management Resources for Association Management Services

 

The PAMA Board of Directors has taken another large step in its goal to focus on membership and chapter needs.  The Board’s ongoing actions now include partnering with Potomac Management Resources (PMR) to provide administrative and management assistance with member services, communications, board support, financial management, and industry relations. The choice was based in part on PAMA’s previous relationship with PMR, which provided association management following its separation from the Society of Automotive Engineers, SAE in 2009.

 

“PAMA’s Board is deeply committed to providing AMTs with the tools and support needed to ensure a strong aviation maintenance infrastructure for our nation,” said PAMA Chairman Roger Sickler. “With PMR managing the day-to-day operations of the association, our Board is able to focus on the strategic direction of PAMA and building upon the services and benefits we offer our members, chapters and the industry.”

 

PMR is a full-service association management company that currently manages 19 regional and national professional and trade associations and foundations. Under the terms of the agreement, PAMA’s new headquarters will be at the PMR home office in Alexandria, VA.

 

“We’re excited to be working with PAMA again,” said Carol Montoya, CAE, and President of PMR. “The commitment of the PAMA leadership and its members to maintaining the highest level of professionalism for aviation mechanics and managers is commendable, and we’re proud to be a part of those efforts.”



Thank you,

The Board of Directors


 




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What did one of the heavy-weight versions of the Boeing 777 twin jet have an extra large version of, to give a bit more thrust for take-off?
An over sized auxiliary power unit (APU) in the tail, with exhaust aimed aft for additional thrust.

 

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